2019 closed on a high note with nearly $90 trillion Global AUM.
WHERE ARE WE NOW?
Francisco Sanchez Former Undersecretary US Dpt. of Commerce
BERVANN CAPITAL GALA
Metropolitan Club of New York
August 19, 2019
After a 5-month break on venturing outside its existing portfolio, Bervann rallies Limited Partners and Direct Investors across its global ecosystem to cross exchange on the current challenges looming over our industry and tackle the market's most attractive opportunities at the best available terms.
An Invitation-Only Virtual Event welcoming Chief Investment Officers of High-net-worth Families, Private Equity, Venture Capital and Institutional Investors.
* Guest Keynote Speaker from one of the largest US families;
* Capital Introduction One-on-One meetings;
* Strategic Co-investment One-on-One meetings.
The event splits in 2 days:
Tuesday August 18, 2020
8pm - 10pm EST
Limited Partners and Direct Investors from ASIA and AUSTRALIA;
Wednesday August 19, 2020
1pm - 4pm EST
Limited Partners and Direct Investors from Africa, Middle East, Europe, Russia, Latin America and North America.
Bervann leads a $500 million Investor Coalition for cross-border acquisitions in Media and Technology.
Investing in COVID-19 era, the Hard Shift.
How to mitigate risks and stay afloat?
The end of Solo Hero era, Strategic co-investments gain momentum.
In stormy seasons, having friends is a MUST.
Vetting in the new normal.
Smart & Innovative Due Diligence Practices in the current investment context.
Safety or Setup?
Is the positive short-term setting us up for a negative long-term?
Who will foot the bill?
In the back end of all these BIG stimulus and FAT Bailouts, who will end up paying?
Where to invest NOW?
Direct investments and Asset Allocation. What are active investors saying?
The European Central Bank agreed to a €1.25 trillion bailout of European banks;
The European Union agreed to a €750 billion bailout package for European states and corporations;
JP Morgan set aside nearly $11 billion for possible loan losses, reducing its profit by half;
Citigroup's net income was 73% lower than last year's because the bank set aside $7.9 billion to cover bad loans;
Wells Fargo reported a quarterly loss, its first since the financial crisis, as it put away nearly $10 billion for a wave of defaults;
With nearly $1 trillion of loss in equities amid the pandemic, Sovereign Funds and large institutional investors are hunting for the lowest valuations equities in foreign markets while increasing allocations in home markets to help their respective governments;
Private equity and Venture Capital started 2020 with more cash on hand than ever, with a record high dry powder rising to nearly $1.5 trillion as of June 30.
The surge of direct investments by High-net-worth families defies the odds. With over $10 trillion in assets, single and multi family offices are unprecedentedly active in deals once reserved to funds and institutionals.
Overall, there is NO shortage of Capital; Investors want to be protected and take the minimum risks possible; Limited Partners push for Term Sheets with higher investor protections and allocations into opportunities that can pass remote due diligence.
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